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    Sweet shot! Uh...faster shutter speed :)
     
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    Aircraft shooters like to have blur in the props, but have the plane itself sharp.
    They say too faster shutter stops everything dead and the aircraft looks suspended without the circular blurry disc of a propeller.
    So I suppose its a balancing thing, the airspeed is the factor, too fast and your stuck with the choice of stopping it dead or blurring both.
    I have a mate who shoots 1/125th shutter priority in sunlight on all prop aircraft shots, he never changes it, he has to take all the blurry ones on the chin, he says its all in the panning, following an aircraft.
    I've never seen him use a tripod, in daylight anyway.
    Probably why hes on 10% success rate:confused:
     

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